A roundup of Slatecoverage about deceit and lying.

Previously published Slate articles made new.
Sept. 29 2009 7:17 AM

Tell Me Lies

A roundup of Slatecoverage about deceit and lying.

This week, "Dear Prudence" answers readers' questions about secrets and lies. Below is a list of previously published stories on the topic.

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"Doris Goodwin on Obama's Borrowings: One of these two people has committed plagiarism, and it isn't Obama," by Timothy Noah. Posted Feb. 26, 2008.

"Jay Forman Redux: Slate's author of 'Monkeyfishing' now says none of his story was true," by Jack Shafer. Posted Feb. 6, 2007.

"How Kaavya Got Packaged and Got Into Trouble: Plagiarism and the teen-marketing culture," by Ann Hulbert. Posted April 27, 2006.

"Secrets and Lies: The DoD's disgraceful plot to plant rosy stories in the Iraqi press," by Christopher Hitchens. Posted Dec. 5, 2005.

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"To Tell the Truth: How can you end a relationship with a chronic liar?" Dear Prudence. Posted Oct. 20, 2005.

"Can I Beat a Lie Detector?: I always tell the truth. But not today," by Emily Yoffe.  Posted Feb. 1, 2005.

"Pious Bias: Lies and the lying liars who attribute them to the other party," by William Saletan. Posted Sept. 15, 2003.

"Liar, Liar: Liberal writers steal a rhetorical trick from the conservatives," by Jack Shafer. Posted Aug. 27, 2003.

"Meme Watch: A Unified Theory of Bush Lies?: Why did Bush's tax cut exclude so many low-income families?" by Timothy Noah. Posted June 2, 2003.

"Was Fred Fielding Deep Throat? Part 2: Prove that he lied and you're mostly there," by Timothy Noah. Posted May 8, 2003.